Twentynine Palms

Today we left our camp in Ridgecrest. We headed South and passed by Elmer’s Bottle Tree Ranch in Oro Grande on old Route 66 near Victorville.

In the afternoon we reached Twentynine Palms, a city famous for its Marine Corps Base. And here we’ll meet our dear friend Pablo, who’s stationed here.

But Twentynine Palms is also famous because of the Joshua Tree National Park, we’ve already visited twice. Tomorrow we’ll be heading to Yuma, Arizona.

The reason why we’re taking this route to Yuma, is because we want to buy some dates there. We love them! And we especially love those from that area!

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